Representing 12% of all Japanese patent applications, the by far most important technology field for Japanese patenting activities was Electrical machinery, apparatus and energy, where Panasonic filed the second-largest number of applications, while Sumitomo is ranked 9th.
What does JPA stand for?
JPA stands for Japanese Patent Application (intellectual property)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 92 other meanings of JPA in our Acronym Attic
- Japan Pallet Association (trade association)
- Japan Paraglider Association
- Japan Perl Association (computer language)
- Japan Pharmaceucital Association
- Japan Planetarium Association (astronomy)
- Japan Poker Association
- Japan Powerlifting Association (est. 1972)
- Japan Printing Academy
- Japan Procurement Agency
- Japan Pyrotechnics Association
- Japanese Photochemistry Association
- Japanese Poolplayers Association (billiards)
- Japanese Press in Pile Association
- Japanese Psychological Association
- Java Persistence API
- Java Persistence Architecture
- Jazz Photography Association
- Jesus People Army
- Jeunesse au Plein Air (France)
- Joao Pessoa, Pernambuco, Brazil (Airport Code)
Samples in periodicals archive:
From this figure, it can be seen that the number of GE's Japanese patent applications before 1921 was much lower than thereafter.
2) Where the filing date of an earlier patent application is claimed under the Paris Convention, a translation of the original application (typically a domestic Japanese patent application for a Japanese applicant) is no longer required unless specifically requested by a patent office examiner.
The allowed Japanese patent application, JP 2007-557249, has claims directed to the class of Smac mimetics that encompasses birinapant as a new chemical entity (NCE) and to drug products comprising birinapant and structurally related Smac mimetics.
In 2005, the JPO received 367,960 Japanese patent applications, and in 2004, recorded the highest number of examinations of any patent office in the world.
OTC: MLSC) has been notified that Japanese Patent Application Number 508856/96 entitled "System And Method For Carrying Out Sterilization" will issue in the near future.
Japanese Patent Application #2003-517204 covers very broadly the use of R&D Antibodies' immunoassays, assay kits, and apparatuses for the detection of plasma iNOS as an early biomarker for the prognosis and diagnosis of the life-threatening sepsis pathology.
If no claims are allowed on the Sonus Japanese patent application within this two-year period, Sonus will repay the second $1.